Manchester 9th July

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Profanity, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. KiRiku Member

    You sure?
    I think calling someone a furry is a compliment
  2. Dragononymous Member

  3. cfanon Member

    There's so many witty things you could have put. That really sucked. Not funny at all. Try again.
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  4. KiRiku Member

    Well furries are clearly so superior that they do not want to sully their genitals with the same species and so have a more exotic refined taste in sexual partners.

    :. being called a Furry is a compliment

    I have been awake for around 36 hours i am not exactly at my sharpest
  5. cfanon Member

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  6. Dragononymous Member

    There's a difference between beastiality and furries.
    I'm really disappointed that you ain't able to see that difference..(.)
  7. KiRiku Member

    True but beastiality is to furries as paedophiles are to lolicons.
    same thing just one is slightly weirder and legal
  8. cfanon Member

    Fuckeye, stop lurking and start laying the motherfucking smackdown.
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  9. Waffle~ Member

    Go watch something perverted, your ideas about Furries, Bestiality, lolicons and pedophiles are not of interest to Dragononymous. Ohwait-

    TOUCHDOWN....ohwait, you said smackdown....I guess my american football skills aren't needed here.
  10. Dragononymous Member

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  11. Dragononymous Member

    I never mind a good discussion though
  12. Fuckeye Member

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  13. Dragononymous Member

    Can we get back to White's exploding head and Pro's trollcannonz0rz now?
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  14. Waffle~ Member

    Actually, last time i googled myself, i was an american footballer. Apparently now i'm a baseball player...
  15. cfanon Member

    I could just imagine you as an apathetic emo right now...
  16. cfanon Member

    Huh, so it was.....
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  17. Fuckeye Member

  18. Profanity Member

    Harsh. Then again, you are Ballsyfag.
  19. Profanity Member

    Also, Strobe (if you are lurking) why in the actual FUCK is 'In the Navy' on the playlist? I've been meaning to ask you this for a while.
  20. veravendetter Member

    Just when you thought it was safe to go into the Manc thread . . .
    Also, much chuckle at the lolwut gun.
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  21. cfanon Member

    I assumed due to the Sea org...
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  22. Skull Member


    By all means diss White but targeting non-anon is just wrong brah
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  23. Profanity Member

    Unless they're a Scilon. Then it's just lulzy.
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  24. Dragononymous Member

    Chance White dating a Scilon?
  25. Skull Member

    She didn't seem batshit crazy enough..
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  26. strobe Member


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    Right, see this thread? It hasn't yet got anything about furries AT ALL. Do you think you lot could possibly manage to keep it furry-free? Like you know, one recent Manchester thread with nothing about FUCKING FURRIES? inb4 some hilarious individual posts about furries just because I've said this.
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  27. Dragononymous Member

    Almost back to Subject White.. Almost...
  28. Fuckeye Member

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  29. KiRiku Member

    The Nyans are over 9000!!
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  30. getbeckyout Member

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    Church of Scientology International

    Press Room

    18 Jul, 2011 05:47 CET
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    Meet a Scientologist—Sam Butler Brings it All Into Focus

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    “I have very strong views about certain subjects I believe need to be addressed in society,” says Butler. “I want to channel my energies toward the improvement of these social ills.”
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    “I don't believe in conforming to social norms that blind us to what is important,” he says. “By being myself and thinking for myself, I have learned more than I ever could have if I had simply waited to be told how to live.”
    Born in Yorkshire, England, in 1987, Butler owned his first camera when he was five and his first Windows PC when six. His musical interests include drums, flute, trumpet, acoustic and electric guitar, and singing (which he mainly does in the shower these days, he says).
    “Both of my parents are Scientologists and were very careful to allow me the space to make my own decisions about religion,” says Butler. “I attended Christian schools, was involved with a number of denominations through various activities I was engaged in during my childhood and studied religious education at school. I began studying Scientology when I was 15.”
    When his friends started experimenting with drugs, Butler turned to the Church-sponsored drug education campaign to provide them drug education materials that helped them decide to quit.
    “I have always wanted to help people, whether through first aid skills I learned in Scouting, teaching music to youngsters, or just giving advice to those around me,” he says. “I volunteered at my Church, working on our community activities including the drug education campaign.”
    A delegate to the last two International Human Rights Summits in Geneva, Switzerland, sponsored by Youth for Human Rights International, Butler, 23, is founder of Photographers United in Support of Human Rights (PUSH). He also holds a staff position at the Church of Scientology of Manchester, England, where he coordinates the Church’s humanitarian campaigns for northern England.
    “My purpose has always been to help others,” says Butler, “and this is a group with the same purpose. It’s so much more rewarding than just clocking on, doing your bit and clocking off at 5 or 6pm. And my work with the Church is very exciting and varied, from managing the logistics of people arriving from countries around the world, to preparing major events, to designing and writing publications, and public speaking—my first engagement was before 300 EU dignitaries. But what I like most about my work is knowing I am making a difference.”
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    Phone: (323) 960 3500

    Church of Scientology International
    6331 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 1200
    Los Angeles, CA 90028
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  31. cfanon Member

    That's already been posted in 2 other manc threads Tony...
  32. WhiteNight Member

    Wait... What? Mancfags defending poor ole me while I'm away? Who are you and what've you done with the faggots I'm meeting tomorrow?

    P.s told you she was real.
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  33. Profanity Member

    Don't announce it here. Edit your post and take it to private messaging.
  34. Dragononymous Member

    Sorry, but when I find them, everyone else can too...
  35. Profanity Member

    Yep, but I like to think not letting them know what we know is a handy thing.
  36. Dragononymous Member

  37. SwordofTruth Member

    Thankfully Prof is on our team with a mind like this hehe.
  38. Profanity Member

    I get bored in the kitchen.
  39. Dragononymous Member

    She thinks like a scilon tbh..
  40. Profanity Member

    It's because I'm secretly Fuckeye OSA.
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